Specific cinematography techniques give film and television the illusion of depth to make stories appear lively, affecting, and as realistic as possible. Learn them here.
Learn the six types of irony in film and television and examples from past and modern stories.
A closer look into how OUAT handles magic, adventure, a struggle for mastery, and setting to show how it effectively captured fantasy.
‘Gilmore Girls’ trivia in front of the camera and behind only super-fans will know.
Gilmore Girls is known for its rapid and worldly dialogue, leaving some perplexed by the show’s most obscure references. This article explains them here.
Here is a guide covering how to maintain continuity in film and avoid plot holes.
This article shows how Game of Thrones uses war to define its grey and complicated characters in the battle between the Lannister army and Daenerys in “The Spoils of War.”
How and why the ATU Folklore Index can be a resource for better understanding the traditional story structure.
This article takes a closer look behind Game of Thrones’ scenes to unveil the secrets of its compelling cinematography.
The town of Stars Hollow is easily assumed to be a work of fiction when in reality, it is based on specific structures in Hartford, Washington, New Milford, and Kent, Connecticut. Explore them here.